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Thread: Insurance options after Adelaide?

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    What you must understand is, there is a race.
    There is a race to the bottom.
    And we will continue with these threads because everyone wants a bargain.
    You're happy. great.

    Im glad.
    Seriously.
    But there is a race and we will end up at the bottom.

    We deserve it.

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    Good to know, I am also with them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by younger06 View Post
    Surprise of all surprises.......this seems to moving along nicely. Had the value agreed today, which I'm happy with. Just waiting on the cheque now.
    good stuff,great to hear its working out for ya,I'm going back 2 Principal next year and leaving CN no matter what they offer,I think we need 2 keep the competition strong or we'll end up crucified by a monopoly again!!!!!

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    Insurance renewal

    I must have been one of the last to get a renewal with Cornmarket/Adelaide, but I am due next month. Any recommendations.

    Don't use the bike a lot, but I like to know I can when I want. Nearly 46 years since I first insured with Norwich Union on a Yamaha 100cc. Never not had a bike in over 50 years, though not always on the road

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    Hi Dermott

    I'm the person who started this thread and in the end went with Carole Nash. I found Principal not good to deal with for a few reasons. The first was that I told them that the bikes are garaged and locked which is true. They googled my address (?!) and in the photo of my house there are two bikes parked in the driveway of my neighbour's house. They more or less implied that I wasn't telling the truth and they wanted photos of my garage, which I supplied. (It's obvious from the photos that the bikes are completely different to the bikes I wanted insured and that the address is different but that didn't matter).

    In the end they gave me a really high quotation. I'm lucky enough to have been able to buy a new bike and I subsequently discovered that once the value goes over a certain amount then Principal aren't interested.

    I contacted Carole Nash and the attitude was night and day and they were also pleasant to deal with. They were happy to give me a quotation and also gave me a good deal over the phone.

    I'm not saying that I won't give Principal a call this year when my renewal is due but I was disappointed after all I had heard from others here.

    On the other hand how is Brexit going to affect companies like Carole Nash and Principal offering insurance??

    Gerry

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    Thanks Gerry, I hope their is more to choose from than CN.

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